Rebecca's Random Crap
Me: Did you like Frozen?
My older sister: It was pretty good.
Me: Did you notice it was about the power of love between sisters?
My older sister: I noticed how the younger sister actually wanted to hang out with her older sister. I wonder what that must be like.
This person’s art is so amazing and beautiful. I could never produce anything like that. Except maybe I could, I just don’t have the skill right now. I need to practice. So why am I wasting my time looking at this instead of practicing? I could be improving my skills right now, but I’m not. But I need to look at more art for inspiration. Ooh, this person’s art is so amazing and beautiful…
Me looking at tumblr.
sorayachemaly:

Gotta love American Exceptionalism- weak gun laws: domestic abuse= murder http://t.co/NEt1dObvfc @MomsDemand #VAW http://t.co/eI4ZEquYKD

sorayachemaly:

Gotta love American Exceptionalism- weak gun laws: domestic abuse= murder http://t.co/NEt1dObvfc @MomsDemand #VAW http://t.co/eI4ZEquYKD

danhacker:

Pieces From Joey Spiotto’s ‘Storytime: A Little Gallery Show’

From Joey Spiotto’s album cover pieces to his Little Golden Book inspired works, he’s creating some of the most fun pop-culture sintered art being made. The Storytime: A Little Gallery Show opens from  August 1 at Gallery 1988 in Los Angeles CA.

Do you know how much I wish these were real books?
confusedcatsagainstfeminism:

Hermy doesn’t need your stinkin’ femism.
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Confused Cats Against Feminism is a project of We Hunted the Mammoth:The New Misogyny, tracked and mocked.

confusedcatsagainstfeminism:

Hermy doesn’t need your stinkin’ femism.

Confused Cats Against Feminism is a project of We Hunted the Mammoth:The New Misogyny, tracked and mocked.

Gal Godot as Wonder Woman. There’s a lot that I like about this. But why does everything have to be monochrome?

Gal Godot as Wonder Woman. There’s a lot that I like about this. But why does everything have to be monochrome?

So, some people on tumblr get real touchy and name-call-y when you point out that “equalism” and “egalitarianism” are neat-sounding labels but not actual activist movements.

cynicssong:

gynostar:

gynostar:

I often hear that if I really care about human equality, I shouldn’t be a feminist but rather an equalist or egalitarian, or maybe humanist.

I’d like to know more about what issues this equalist movement is working on. Can anyone name a victory for equality/justice achieved by…

So… short answer: nothing. Just talking. Nothing else. Thanks for your honesty though.

Is that also the answer to the question you avoided? I’ll take that as yes, and thank you as well. 

Google is so hard to use.

gynostar:

I often hear that if I really care about human equality, I shouldn’t be a feminist but rather an equalist or egalitarian, or maybe humanist.

I’d like to know more about what issues this equalist movement is working on. Can anyone name a victory for equality/justice achieved by…

So… short answer: nothing. Just talking. Nothing else. Thanks for your honesty though.

I often hear that if I really care about human equality, I shouldn’t be a feminist but rather an equalist or egalitarian, or maybe humanist.

I’d like to know more about what issues this equalist movement is working on. Can anyone name a victory for equality/justice achieved by the equalist movement please? Any cultural, political, legislative changes they’ve brought about? Any at all? Even one will do.

Thanks.